Tag Archives: Josh Davis
Guest posting: Assoc. Prof. Josh Davis, President, Australasian Society for Infectious Diseases. @Guru_JoshD “ID week” is a large US infectious diseases conference; this year it was in San Francisco, and had over 8,000 delegates. The most talked about trial at this conference (mentioned in at least 5 different sessions) was the Australian-led MERINO trial, an […]
You are what you eat – or should our gut microbiome be considered an important body system in its own right?
Guest posting: Assoc. Prof. Josh Davis, Principal Research Fellow/NHMRC Career Development Fellow, Menzies School of Health Research, Senior Staff Specialist Infectious Diseases Physician, John Hunter Hospital, Conjoint Professor School of Medicine and Public Health, University of Newcastle The diverse bacterial communities which live in our gastrointestinal tract (primary in the colon), are collectively known as the “gut microbiota” and their collective […]
Guest posting: A/Prof Josh Davis, Infectious Diseases Physician, John Hunter Hospital, NSW, Principal Research Fellow, Menzies School of Health Research, NT, Australia. Hepatitis C Virus ID_Micro tute August 2016 HCV treatment John Hunter Hospital ID meeting 2016
Please consult HealthPathways for up-to-date advice on patient management and referral pathways for active treatment. If logon details for HP required, please contact aimed site administrator -firstname.lastname@example.org Dr Josh Davis from Newcastle also provided these updates on viral hepatitis with clear messages for general practice – a good starting point. Excerpt from Hepatitis C pathway: General practitioners […]